That doesn't really seem fair... you made the roll, I'm afraid you're stuck with it. I'm just going to count it as your second Prep roll when it's time to do that.Conquestor wrote:Well, I suppose that means that my awful roll to attempt to try and improve the wall doesn't count!
Okay. Being splinters of Preservation, they cannot join in the attack. When threatened, they curl up and melt into seamless boulders. They will be able to use this trait to place themselves at key points along the fence and protect your Troops. The first three "positions" in combat are going to get a bonus defense die.Is this good enough to bring the MRP into existence?
They are also scholars of the Metallic Arts, and are available if other people have relevant questions.
Okay. Morale, as a whole, is high. This is a good set-up roll that yourself or other people can now rely on in future Prep Checks.If I can, I want to roll to keep the majority of people's morale up.
So... I need to think about this overnight. The short answer is, yes, you're going to find some guns; enough to give the Well-Armed trait to either two or three Troops, so start thinking about which.Claincy wrote:With this goal in mind he wandered with more of a purpose: seeking out the less travelled parts of Terionin and the surrounding area. Searching abandoned and incomplete buildings, nearby caves, anything that could potentially contain something of use. As he searched he thought to himself about what he could possibly find. A hidden stash of firearms would be just the thing. He thought.
I do have a notion in mind of how additionally to add to this, but I need to sleep on it, so I will be back.